Rhus integrifolia or Lemonade Berry
Rhus integrifolia or Lemonade Berry is an evergreen shrub that grows to roughly 8 feet in height. Producing clusters of pink flowers from February to April it is named for its berries which have been used to make lemonade-like tea. Samples can be found growing in a hedge along the rock wall across from the Park office as well as growing individually throughout the Park.insects. Examples of this sage can be found at the southwest end of the Yawkey Trail.